20012 Acting Sergeant Laurence CONNELL. 1st Battalion. Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action 5th October 1918
20014 Lance Corporal Thomas CHRISTIAN 1st Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of James and Sarah Christian, of 1, Elm Grove Cottages, Blackhorse Rd., Phoenix Park, Dublin. Died of wounds 18th September 1918. Age 23. Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille
20017 Private John Joseph CONNELL 9th Battalion Born Dublin. Son of John Connell, of IO, De Courcy Square, Glasneve, Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 6th September 1916. Age 21. Thiepval Memorial
20025 Private James CAFFREY 9th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 19th November 1916.
20026 Private Charles ANDREWS 1st Battalion Born Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Enlisted Cardiff .Resided Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.Son of Thomas and Mary Andrews, of Blackrock, Co. Dublin Killed in action 1st July 1916 Age 43No. 20030 Private Robert GRAHAM, 2nd Battalion. s. of John Graham, of Karncot, Dnndrum, eo. Dublin, late Clerk of the Coothill Union, co. Cavan, by his wife. Annie Elizabeth. dau, of John Wiseheart ; h ('«ntt(hi[l aforesaid. 5 Sept. 1800 : ednc. King's Hospital. Dublin; was a Clerk in Con- -.'(■stcd Districts Board, Dublin; enlisted in April. lOlO ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from the following Dec., and was killed in action near Cambrai 21 Nov, 1917. Buried at Croisilles, six miles north of Baupaume. His Commanding Officer wrote; "" He was a great favourite with both officers and men, and did his duty faithfully and well ; he was always very cool and collected under fire," and another officer; " We are all very sorry to lose your son Roy. as he was a faithful soldier, a good comrade, and a cheery soul. Both officers and men had a great regard for him." The Chaplain also wrote ; " I knew him since he joined this division, and 1 can testify that he was one who was trusted and admired by those wlio knew him. ' His influence and example is still with us, and in its precious memory may the sense of loss be less."
20032 Private Laurence Reilly He received a British War Medal, Victory Medal and Silver War Badge. He enlisted on the 21/04/1915 and was discharged due to wounds on the 18/07/1917.
20035 Private John BRIEN. 9th Battalion. Born Dublin. Son of Christopher and Mary Brien, of Black Horse Lane, Phoenix Park, Dublin. Enlisted Dublin.Died of wounds 7th September 1916. Age 48. La Neuville British Cemetery, Corbie
20066 L/Cpl John Hodgers,9th Battalion born in Castlebellingham and appeared to be still living in Ireland during WWI; KIA 7 Sept 1916. Thiepval Memorial
3/20165 enlisted 7 June 1915
20182 Private Thomas Byrne Medal card
20205 DOYLE, Private J, 8th Battalion died 6th July 1916. Age 22. Foster son of Mary Giles, of Kilmurray, Bray, Wicklow.
20216 Private Edward COTTON 1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Resided Armagh. Born Lusk, Co. Dublin. Died of wounds 26th April 1917.
20223 Private JamesBarron 2nd Battalion Born Rathgar, Co. Dublin Son of Ambrose and Elizabeth Barron, of Upper Rathmines, Dublin; husband of Sarah Barron, of 35, Lower Camden St., Dublin Enlisted Dublin Killed in action 12th October 1916 Age 28 Thiepval Memorial
20234 L/Sgt John Charles ANDERSON 2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of William P. and Mary Anderson, of "St. Johns", Tritonville Rd., Sandymount, Dublin. Killed in action 23rd October 1916. Age 19
20256 Private Patrick Doyle 10th Battalion. Born Kingstown, Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Kingstown. Killed in action 23 Apr 1917
20258 Private J Flanagan age 21 REDAN RIDGE CEMETERY No.2, BEAUMONT-HAMEL killed 1/1/1916
20279 Private MARA, EDWARD : Regiment/Service: Labour Corps Date of Death: 02/03/1918. Additional information: Of Rathnew, County Wicklow. Formerly Private 20279, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 3rd Battalion. Grave/Memorial: R.C. ground 4. I. 1103., Rathnew Cemetery, County Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
20280 Private Alexander COLGAN 2nd Battalion Born Merrion, Dublin. Enlisted Bray .Resided Kilpedder, Co. Wicklow. Son of William and Susan Colgan, of Booterstown, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 1st July 1916. Age 21. Sucrerie Military Cemetery, Colincamps
20311 Private Francis DEVOEY 2nd Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action 14th October 1918
20346 Lance Corporal James BYRNE 2nd Battalion Born Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Resided Aughrim, Co. Wicklow. Enlisted Bray. Killed in action 23rd October 1916.
3/20379 enlisted 18 Aug 1915
3/20386 enlisted 22 Aug 1915
20389 Private David DAVIDSON 2nd Battalion Enlisted Newtownmountkennedy. Resided Dublin. Born Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 23rd October 1916
20418 Private Patrick CONROY 6th Battalion Enlisted Naas. Resided Dublin. Born Maryborough, Queen's Co.. Formerly 10460, Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died of wounds 13th December 1915. Balkans
20432 Sergeant Thomas BRENNOCK. 1st Battalion. Born Dublin. Son of Michael and Mary Brennock, of Dublin. His brothers William and Patrick also fell. Enlisted Dublin.Formerly 50604, Royal Army Medical Corps. Killed in action 28th February 1917. Age 28. Thiepval Memorial
20471 Private Clarles LINTON, 9th Battalion.b. Blackrock, Co. Dublin, e. Blackrock,,Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16,
21506 Private Thomas Byrne, Medal Card
20507 Private Albert DORAN 1st Battalion Born Monkstown, Co. Dublin. Enlisted Dun Laoghaire. Died of wounds 22nd October 1916
20520 Private P Moran, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, May 26, 1917. Born Newbridge
20592 Private Patrick CALLAGHAN 9th Battalion . Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Brother of David Callaghan, of Laureston, Killeck, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 1st August 1917. Age 30. (Menin Gate Memorial
20615 Private William Revell 10th Battalion. Born Rotherhithe, Surrey . Residence Rotherhithe. Killed in action 18 Nov 1917
20738 Private Joseph Clay Medal Card also in RAMC
20768,CLARKE, ROBERT, Signaller 9th Battalion, eldest son of the late Rev. Samuel Boyce Clarke, of The Manse, Cairncastle, co. Antrim, by his wife. Mary, dau. of Edmiuid Belton Roberts; b. Cairncastle aforesaid, 29 June. 1898 ; educ. Larnc Grammar Seliool ; joined the Mechanical Transport 18 Oct. 1916 ; transferred from London to Edinburgh Training School in Jan. 1917. being sent to join the Royal Dublin Fasilicrs at Cork in April : served with the Expeditionary Force iu France and Flanders from Sept., and died in No. 43 Casualty Clearing Station 25 Oct. 1917, from blood poisoning :
20718 Private James McCullagh 10th Battalion. Formerly 27865, D.L.I. Born Darlington, Durham. Residence Darlington. Killed in action 27 Mar 1918
20886. DOYLE, Private, MATTHEW, 6th Battalion, Drowned at sea (from HT. "Aragon") Result of submarine attack 30th December 1917.